Popular Fujifilm Articles for 2013
With its retro styling and fixed lens design, the Fuji X100s is sure to be a hit. We love the camera's image quality and fast AF.
What good is a durable camera if it doesn’t take great images? Even if it only costs $200 at launch, the Fuji XPx170 should provide a bit more for the[...]
As far as point-and-shoots go, the Fuji Finepix F800 EXR is a “nice” device, according to the experts at DigitalCameraReview. Yes, it’s expensive and produces slightly soft images, but its[...]
The Fuji X20 has provided us with sharp, clean imagery with very nice color representation. We are pleased. Take a look for yourself!
The Fuji HS50 EXR is a great option for those interested in a DSLR-type ultrazoom. It has 42x zoom, 16MP and a hybrid AF system.
Luxury and style collide to form the Fuji X100S and the X20. With souped-up sensors and fast lenses these cameras are headed for stardom.
With all this new technology at her fingertips, what does the Editor of DigitalCameraReview have in her camera bag?
Available at the end of July, Fuji enthusiasts will have another camera to love--the X-M1, a compact interchangeable lens camera.
Another lens is announced to give more options for Fuji X-series ILC users. The 10-24mm f/4 promises sharp, crisp imagery.
The T550 is a pocket friendly ultra-compact camera that features a 12x Zoom, Optical Image Stabilization, and a multitude of art and effects filters.
Today Fuji unveiled 5 new models to their already impressive lineup of cameras: the F900EXR, F850EXR, S6800, S4800, and JX680.
It's big on features and small on size! Inside the small frame is housed 16 megapixels, a 20x zoom and ISO sensitivities up to 12,800.
Today Fuji announced their XF55-200mm lens for their X-Series ILCs. They also released a roadmap of future lenses, plus firmware updates.
New lens features super fast, wide angle lens for low light photography and more.
New X-E2 features 16.3 MP, fast AF, lens modulation optimizer and Wi-Fi.
In the mood to win a Fujifilm X-M1? It's simple. Find out here how to do it.
Fuji adds Wi-Fi camera to its X-Series lineup and offers it at a lower price point.
The Fuji XQ1 features a fast F1.8 4x zoom lens, 2/3" X-Trans CMOS II sensor and speedy AF speeds.
Fuji's newest rugged camera can survive a drop, handle the cold and dive with the best of them. Fuji's new ultrazoom has a 44x zoom lens and has Wi-Fi.
Want to get your hands on the new 32mm f/1.8 and 12mm f/2.8 lenses from Zeiss? Now you can, but you will need a chunk of change first.